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NHMRC Research Translation Long Weekend 2022
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NHMRC Research Translation Long Weekend

Embracing Diversity

Thursday 17 November to Tuesday 22 November 2022
(with a weekend break)


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17 - 22 November 2022


Promoting the translation of health and medical research that addresses diversity and equity

The NHMRC Research Translation Long Weekend 2022 will be a hybrid event, combining online presentations with in-person networking events. It will take place from Thursday 17 November to Tuesday 22 November 2022 (with a weekend break). Sessions will start at 12.00 noon AEDT (9.00 am Perth, 2.00 pm Auckland) and end by 4.00 pm each day.

Theme: Embracing Diversity

Encouraging the translation of research that improves equity and respects the health and health care decision making needs of people of different cultures, ethnic groups, socio-economic groups, abilities or ages.

Key features

The Symposium will be a hybrid event designed to minimise the impact of any changes in circumstance that may arise from new outbreaks of COVID-19 or other factors. It will consist of a combination of plenary presentationss, ePosters, and face-to-face satellite events for in-person networking

Updates will be published on the NHMRC Symposium website and in NHMRC Tracker .

Acknowledgement of Country

NHMRC is proud to hold the 2022 Research Translation Symposium on the lands of the Turrbal and Jagera peoples (Brisbane), Gimuy-walubarra Yidi peoples, (Cairns), Ngunnawal peoples (Canberra), Larrakia peoples (Darwin), Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin nation (Melbourne), Gadigal people of the Eora Nation (Sydney) and Bindal and Wulgurukaba people (Townsville). NHMRC pays respects to their Elders both past and present and acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who may be attending the Symposium both in person and online.

Meaning Empowerment of people over their health, the progression of learning / knowledge out from the meeting place (NHMRC) (top right corner), where many people are gathered. In the streams there are the sources of nutrition and health - ants, berry bush and fish, as well as stars which symbolise new ideas.
Attribution Jordan Lovegrove (Ngarrindjeri), Dreamtime Creative